Squaw Valley is an internationally known winter recreation resort and host to the 1960 Winter Olympic Games located in Olympic Valley, California at Lake Tahoe.Our Lake Tahoe Ski Resort has over 3,600 skiable acres of skiing and riding terrain, accessed by 29 chair lifts, spread across six jaw dropping beautiful mountain peaks. We have terrain parks and half pipes, two beginner areas (one located at the top of the mountain), and Tahoe's longest winter season – November through May. On average we receive over 450” of snowfall annually and are known to have snowstorms of over 3 feet at night followed by perfect sunny skies in the morning.
There is a European style pedestrian village located in the base area with quaint shops and unique restaurants as well as world class dining and two mid-mountain lodges, Gold Coast and High Camp at elevation 8200’. The High Camp facility is host to mountain top ice skating, swimming at the pool & hot tub (open mid-March through September) and dining overlooking Lake Tahoe.